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Description of NASCAR Racing 2003 Season Windows
Here is the video game “NASCAR Racing 2003 Season”! Released in 2003 on Windows, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's a racing / driving, simulation and sports game, set in a licensed title, vehicle simulator, automobile and track racing themes.
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i would recommend installing nr2003 patch you can find on google it good for mods and for tracks
Cameeel Habeb Habob2021-01-130 point
My name is Cameeel Habeb Habob Cameeel as in Camel, Habeb Habob as in Corn on The Cob and as I am a camel I do not know if i'm supposed to download something else or if I can just download it and it will work.
Hate Ditch Forever2020-11-290 point
Win10, NEC Multisync LCD 1760NX Gaming PC (2018) no Games.
2X AMD-ATI-XP System, 2X NEC Multisync LCD 1970NX
Superbike World Championship, Superbike 2000 und 2001 (Milestone). Mercedes Benz Truck Racing (Synetic GMBH). F1 Racing Championship (Ubi_Soft)
Extreme 500 (Ascaron GMBH)
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Saitek PS 2700 und 2x P1500 Gamepads. 1x Fujitsu Siemens Szenicview P19-2 als ersatz.
I'm just vibin in the ritz car
i just vibin in da ritz car
Dugglet McNugglet2020-11-121 point
Regarding what AWESOMEGAMER said, you actually type bcedit without the .exe at the end in Windows 10.
NR2003 Patch: http://www.shaggycentral.net/ITDH/downloads/dl.htm
NR2003 No CD Patch: https://gamecopyworld.eu/games/pc_nascar_racing_2003.shtml
Type command prompt: bcdedit.exe /set nx AlwaysOff
We're will fix the game crashed (You will get your fucking blood on cockpit).
Hate Ditch Forever2020-09-021 point
Iam no Gamer, have forever 0 Games
I love this game :D
does it work without anything on windows 10? like no enhancers or mods
you will have to disable DEP or it will crash when you hit drive
that game was so error
WHERES MY RIP VERSION?! & I WANTED IT LESS THAN 150MB!!!
idk if or what it is but fix the game it wont let me play im trying it again to see if it works
i downloaded the nr2003 season and went to install it and it is not the game at all
For Windows 7 you may need dgVoodoo2 or nGlide200 to allow it to run and look good. Once you get it running you can go to :
https://nr2k3.weebly.com/mods.html for some additional enhancement files.
It Works on Win 7 without an issue
NR RACER2020-01-071 point
Eh, I don't think it works on 7 anymore.
Nr racer2019-12-240 point
does it work on win7 ?
why is my life like this2019-11-030 point
Wagner Cassiaro2019-10-270 point
Omelhor jogo de corrida da nascar.
Members-only discord community for serious racers interested in online sim racing in NR2003 simulation and hardcore mode (forced cockpit view and disabled driving aids) as in iRacing and eNascar for fun and league.
One of the best sims out there to this day. Join my discord for online sim races.
Discord community for online sim racing in NR2003 simulation and hardcore mode (forced cockpit view and disabled driving aids) as in iRacing and eNascar https://discord.gg/gtJEmc
You snooze, you lose.
I need nascar racing season to go on my computer.
If you look in the right places, there are more solid copies of NR2003 that can be downloaded and used, seems MyAbandonware's version has flaws. I do not use this copy of the game and got mine elsewhere, however, I will give you instructions that should allow to play the game.
If you're using an iso, just get WinCDEmu, a very simple not shady program that makes virtual iso drives, works like a charm. After mounting, run the installer, or if you really want to, run autorun and then open the installer for that burst of nostalgia when it comes to getting a new game from the 2000s.
Run the installer like normal, when you get to the much needed key, there is a universal one that is in all copies.
Continue through installation like normal, now, when you get the game, don't run it yet, you need the nocd patch. Grab the nocd exe file and drop it into the nr2003 folder, allow it it overwrite, or you could keep the cd exe for whatever reason. Also install both patches, the 22.214.171.124 and its fix.
There are one or two final hoop(s) you must go through to start the game. Depending on the OS, you must go over to compatibility settings and set it to Windows XP, on modern systems, the game will shut down right after the cut scenes. If you're still having issues, you may have to disable Data Execution Prevention, also known as DEP, which may require you to enter the BIOS and turn it off.
Bing bang boom, NR2003 is now modable and for your gaming pleasure.
This does not work. No instructions, and just says no files for this no files for that etc etc. Someone help
david mcdaniel2019-07-290 point
When I installed it it said it was nascar heat 03. Then when I clicked on the shortcut it would open and then close
am having the same issues
I've downloaded and redownloaded this file like ten times and every single time the game won't run because of some missing .dill files.
ricky bobby2019-06-170 point
This game was Papyrus' swan song to NASCAR after EA Sports got the exclusive rights to the sport. In retaliation, Papyrus released the popular 126.96.36.199 patch that allowed you to mod the game as you please. Since then, NR2003 is still used widely to this day and is figured more of a free version of iRacing since the source code is the core of it. The modding community, while somewhat infamous, is what keeps this game alive. EA would throw away their license after 2009, 6 years later after releasing more and more disappointing releases since NASCAR Thunder 2004.
For any racing fan, and any guy who likes making art and tinkering around with game code, this is the game for you, this game is bar none compared to the rest. Have fun with this game, I enjoy it immensely.
Ok this is Fun! Patch the game first (1201) then use the CD patch (1201) for it. Ignore the 1.0 version NOCD file! Nglide (www.zeus-software.com/downloads/nglide) is how you then get it to work on Win7 and up.
B Thaler2019-04-12-4 points
Having some problems. Once installed, i have the message 'wrong disc inserted.'
Any idea how to fix it ?
Can we get a RIP version for this?
I still have the CD for this game. I made the Duff Beer car in Photoshop and used to drive that when racing. Even all the small stickers on the car were products from The Simpsons (Laramie, Lard lad, etc.)
i love NASCAR
this game sucks
hello, how can i play this game ?
Turn DEP off. Run CMD as admin bcdedit.exe / set nx AlwaysOff
Dr. Pickles2018-09-124 points
How do I install/run this?
Joshi 44862018-09-120 point
Game crashes when i get into car. Is there any fix?
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